The stock shifter mounts to the crossmember and a Hurst shifter mounts to the trans. The linkage rods probably are a bit different. I've got a Hurst shifter and no problems with the stick hitting anything.
I saw that one , that's where I got the idea from I picked up a 1971 shifter and linkage for 40 bucks, I want to keep my hurst linkage on the Trans and bolt the stock shifter lever on, looks like I have two square the bottom off and drill two holes for the two bolts.thanks k.k.
I took the stock 1971 corvette shifter to a machine shop to have the bottom milled and drilled , no luck the base of the shifter is made of some kind of harden tool steel. So I ordered one from corvette America .
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